"Drive My Car" was the opening track to the Beatles 1965 album "Rubber Soul," which was ranked as the fifth best album of all time by Rolling Stone in 2003.
The song is one of the Beatles more lighthearted songs and it's hard not to get a smile on your face if it comes on the radio while you are out cruising around.
Just try to avoid shouting along with the "Beep beep'm beep beep yeah" parts. We dare you.
I told that girl I can start right away
When she said listen babe I got something to say
I got no car and it's breaking my heart
But I've found a driver and that's a start
No. 7: "Low Rider" by WAR
"Low Rider" is a 1975 song that chronicles the practice in auto culture of installing hydraulics to a muscle car's suspension system, making it a "low rider."
The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was also featured on the soundtrack to the 1995 film "Dazed and Confused," a movie about a bunch of teenagers that like to drive around and go cruising in the 1970s.
Listen to it a few times, and you will wish you were right there with them.
All my friends know the low rider
The low rider is a little higher
Low rider drives a little slower
Low rider is a real goer
No. 6: "Pink Cadillac" by Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen used auto imagery in many of his songs, but probably never more famously than in this top 10 hit from 1984.
The Boss has said that he was inspired to become a musician after seeing Elvis Presley on television when he was 7 years old. While the owner of the pink Cadillac in the song is a woman, it's difficult to imagine that it wasn't at least partially inspired by Elvis Presley's famous pink Cadillac, which is still preserved at Graceland.
As you listen to the song's soulful saxophone whine, we bet you won't be able to think of anything but the open road.
But my love is bigger than a Honda
It's bigger than a Subaru
Hey man there's only one thing
And one car that will do